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I'm having trouble transfering songs from my window's media librairy to my memory card. I ripped a bunch of songs from my CD's to the media player librairy. I then syncronized the songs to the media card. When I go to play the memory card in a MP3 player the music only plays on the left side of the speakers. (left channel) Any thoughts? Also, I tried using MP3 Gain to adjust the volume level but was unsuccessful. I got the following error messages:

If you think this is incorrect, you can try enabling the No check for Layer I or II option
4/21/2007 7:33:24 PM Error while analyzing: Not enough samples in G:\04 Track 4(2).wma to do analysis

4/21/2007 7:33:27 PM Error while analyzing: G:\04 Track 4(6).wma is an MPEG Layer I file, not a layer III file

Thanks in advance!! :(

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Have you tried converting the songs to MP3 before transfering them for use with your MP3 player.

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No I haven't tried converting the songs to MP3. I'm not sure how. Can you tell me? (I'm a rookie) :)

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Also another thing you could try is hook the haedset up to something else and make sure the headset isn't bad.

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Thanks for the info! I'll give it a try tonight. I appreciate your help, even though you're a Titan's fan! :)

Chiefs fan here. You guys visit Arrowhead this year. Should be interesting. I'm looking forward to seeing Vince Young. Hopefully he doesn't carve us up!

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It worked! Converting the files to MP3 format worked. Thanks for your help!!

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I have media player 10. I know I must need some kind of plug-in to play dvd's with MP. I tried one , but it was a virus and messed me up for awhile. Anyone know which plug -in?
I have XP.
thanks!

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